Ireland’s vibrant capital city is home to world class museums, dynamic theatres and great pubs, all contained within a beautiful medieval and Georgian streetscape.


Once circled by defensive walls more impressive than those at Derry, the picturesque plantation town of Bandon is studded with wonderful churches.


Take in the view on the Cooley Mountains, drink some local whiskey and slurp down the oysters in this wonderfully situated town.


Located only a few kilometers from the Brú na Bóinne UNESCO World Heritage Site, Drogheda, with its museum, gallery and collection of medieval buildings is a great place to visit.


Ireland’s festival capital, there always seems like there is something going on in this beautiful and intimate city.


It’s not everywhere where you can find 1500kms of walking routes and 52kms of mountain biking trails within close proximity to a fine medieval town!


Located at the mouth of the River Shannon, Limerick is an engaging mix of history, art galleries and rugby!

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Visit the largest 13th century church in Ireland and learn about the simultaneously tragic and inspiring story of Irish emigration.

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Rindoon is quite simply one of the most wonderfully surprising places to visit in Ireland. The abandoned medieval town complete with its extensive ruins is without peer in either Ireland or the UK.


Studded with medieval remains, the town is dominated by its massive castle. However, if archaeology isn’t your thing, Trim also hosts the largest and only satire festival in Europe!